SHELOR, JOHN WILLIAM - Baxter County, Arkansas | JOHN WILLIAM SHELOR - Arkansas Gravestone Photos

John William SHELOR

Burnt School House Cemetery
Baxter County,
Arkansas

Husband of Ethel Whorley Shelor.
Son of Alexander Green Shelor & Mae E. Vaughn Shelor.
Born August 31, 1895, Patrick County, Virginia.
Died November 14, 1978, Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri.

Obituary
John William Shelor, 83, of Independence, MO, a resident of Baxter County from 1923 to 1962, died Nov 14, in Kansas City, MO.
Funeral services were held Friday at the Lone Rock Baptist Church with Rev Troy Melton officiating. Interment was in the Burnt Schoolhouse Cemetery under the direction of Roller Funeral Home. Shelor served in the United States Army in World War I and veteran services were held at graveside. He was a Baptist, and he was a retired farmer.
Pallbearers wer Rudolph Hurst, Lewis Bench, Claude Beavers, John Lance, Robert Bench and Paul Beavers.
Mr. Shelor was born Aug 31, 1895, in Patrick County, in Virginia, the son of Mae E. Vaughn Shelor and Alexander Green Shelor. His wife, Ethel Whorley Shelor, died Oct 12, 1962. He had resided in Independence since 1962.
Survivors include six sons, Gene Shelor of Raytown, MO, Jim Shelor, Larry Shelor and Steve Shelor of Excelsior Springs, MO and Bill Shelor of Indianapolis, IN; three daughters, Virginia Lewis of Lawson, MO, Doris Hurst of Independence and Corinne Hurst of Westline, MO; one brother, Earl Shelor of Exclesior Springs; one sister Ella Hurst of Excelsior Springs; 31 grandchildren; and 16 great grandchildren.
(From the files of Max Parnell.)

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Contributed on 7/8/09 by maxparnell
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Record #: 211752

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Submitted: 7/8/09 • Approved: 8/12/13 • Last Updated: 8/15/13 • R211752-G0-S3

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